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Post Clutch Slave Cylinder

I was trying to bleed the clutch and broke off the bleeder. I tried to remove the slave cylinder, but the nut on the hose/pipe that feeds it was siezed. I removed the whole slave cylinder/hose/pipe as an assembly. the nut/hose/pipe came out of the slave, but the nut is fused with the pipe. I tried penetrating oil and an easy-out on the bleeder and broke off the easy-out. Whew - any ideas other than a new slave and hose/pipe? The slave is cheap ($40-$60) but the hose/pipe is expensive ($120 list, $90 from Hendricks).

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I got the hose from 928 specialists for 15.50
NEW.

(I know, I almost fell down, too.)

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BTW, are you in/near Charlotte?

928 Specialists are in NC.

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I just went through what you're going through. I just had to change the slave cylinder, but couldn't removed the hose from the cylinder, it was seized. So I had to change everything.

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Thanks for the information, I went ahead and ordered new parts from Hendrick's. I'm in Minnesota and would really like to get this car on the road before our short summer is over.
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you went ahead and ordered the part for $90. when you could have gotten it new for $15.50?

-or had you already ordered it by the time I posted...?

(trying to comprehend this...)

oh well.
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